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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
"ROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1893.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave Honolulu ...
Leave Petri Olty....
Arrive Kwa Mill
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 1893.
Wkungsiiav, Nov. 22.
Schr Sarah it Ellscu from Kuolau
TittiiwiiAY, Nov. 2.').
Btinr James Makcc from Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins from Kuolau
Stmr Kualu from Waialua
Schr Mille Morris from Koolau
TllUKSIlAY, Nov. 23.
Stair Wuiuleule fur Luhulua, Kukuihai I
and Honokan ut 10 a m
Stmr Polo for Makawcli at 12 noon
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Htmr Kiuau for Lnhaina, Maalaca, Make
nu, Mahukoua, Kawaihae, Laupuhoe
hoo, Hukuluu, Honomu, Pohakumauu,
Popeekeo, Onnmeu, 1'apaikou unil Hilo
at 2 p m
From Knuai, per stmr James Makee, Nov
23 Col Spalding, Mr Stoeekle, Jolin Jours
and 32 deck.
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr James Makee 231 bags paddy, 3!Hi
... bags-sugar, 473 bags rice and 1 horse.
Schr Mille Morris 100 bags rice and bO
LAID TO BEST IN GOD'S ACRE.
Funeral of Michael' Butler of H
The funeral of seaman Michael
Butler, who died on H. M. S. Cham
pion yesterday morning while the
cruiser was coming into port, was
held yesterday afternoon with naval
honors. Exactly at & o'clock the
coffin containing the body was
swung out from the ship, and the
tolling of the bell was heard. Im
mediately the cruiser's ensign was
lowered to halfmast, so 'wero the
flags on the U. S. warships Phila
delphia and Adams and the Canadian
Australian steamer Miowera. The
" coffin was lowered into a boat and
the solemn cortege headed for the
boat lauding. As it was passing the
yacht Tolna, that vessel lowered her
flag to half-mast. The shipping in
the harbor had all their flags lowered
to half-jnast, with the exception of
one vessel, whose skipper ignored
Rev. Father Leonor conducted
the services at the landing, after
which the body of the deceased was
carried to the Nuuauu Cemetery,
where it was interred. The volleys
were fired by a squad of marines
under Lieutenant Gibbons, over the
seaman's last resting place. Michael
Butler was of Irish origin, and was
at the time of his death nineteen
years of ago.
In Momory of Jofferies.
The tombstone which was brought
here by H. B. M. S. Champion yes
terday, arid which is to be erected
over the grave of the late Staff
Engineer E. J. Jeffories of H. B. M.
S. Garnet at the Nuuauu Cemetery,
was landed at the Claudino's wharf
this morning. The stone, which
was encased in a wooden box, was
hoisted with the aid of the steamer
Lehua's mast and tackles. Mr.
Robert Lishman, who is to superin
tend the erection of the monument,
had the stone carried to the Nuuauu
Cemetery. It measures 6 feet 6
inches by 3 feet, and i vory weighty.
The tombstone was transferred to
the Champion at Esquimault by
Capt. Hughes Hallett of H. B. M. S.
LOOAIi AND aENEBAIi NEWS.
Knhuku mill will start in grind
lug cano next Monday.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
Sorghum seod from the Ahuimauu
ranch can bo had at Lewis & Co.'s.
The Punchbowl road between
Pau'a and School streots is being
Have you seen the pure silks in
all Bhades that N. S. Sachs' in sell
ing for 50 conts.
Col. Z. S. Spalding of Kauai arriv
ed in town by tho steamer Jntnvs
Makoo this morning.
Captain Zioglor's company of
trained warriors had drill on Palnco
Square this morning.
Tho fireman who was arrested yes
terday for assaulting a Chiuoso ven
der was discharged this morning.
The heavy storm which passed
ovor Oahu on Saturday and Sunday
last, was plainly visible at Koalia,
Scows are engaged in shipping
coal on board tho steamship Mio
wera. About 150 tons will be taken
Ross Spencer, au ox-policomau,
was sentenced to pay a fiuo of $3 for
drunkenness by Judge Robertson
Frank Fahia, district judge at
Knolaupoko. tendered his resigna
tion yesterday morning, which was
accepted in the afternoon.
Mrs. Hastings and Mrs. Tonney
gave a picnic at Kapaa. Kauai, on
Sunday last. About thirty wero
guests of the Honolulu society
At a card party of twelve persons
given at Koalia, Miss Atkinson of
Honolulu won the prize, which con
sisted of a glass handkerchief re
ceptacle nicely finished.
Tho Honolulu football team had
a lively scrimmage in front of the
barracks yesterdaj' afternoon, while
the Pacifies reveled in red mud at
the Kamehameha Schools.
In this issue will be found the
first instalment of ''Cedarville
Sketches," by Mr. Ralph Turner,
whose pen has often agreeably
entertained our readers in prose and
Tho yacht Tolua is expected to
leave for Hilo either on Saturday or
Sunday next. The yacht's masts
bore two neat looking llas this
noon, the one flying on the mainmast
being particularly handsome.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWB.
Mr. Thoo, H. Davios, accompanied
by his son, paid a visit to H. B. M.
S. Champion this afternoon.
The total rain fall at Kapiolani
Park from November 1 to November
22, 1M)3, was 12.07 inches.
Seats for tho amateur minstrel
show may bo secured at L. J. Levey's
to-morrow (Friday), at 9 a. iu.
Mrs. Thos. Wright is able to be
around again after a period of ill
ness, caused by a tumor ou the oyo.
Dr. Brddio attended the patieut.
Major J. H. Wodohouso, British
Minister Roaidout, visited H. M. S.
Champion yostorday, and was ac
corded tho usual salute on retiring.
It is probable that a cricket match
will be "arranged between H. B.
M. S. Champion and tho Honolulu
cricket club for Thursday, Nov. 80.
Somo vory pretty specimens of
Volcano curios have boon received
recently from Hawaii and have been
placed ou exhibition in Williams'
gallory. They woro gathered at tho
brink of the (Jury furnace and make
a vory interesting collection.
Hood's Cures WHY LUCOL1 GRAND OPENING
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo-Sclntlo Rheumatism
IS THE BEST
Dries porfecll.N solid lnsid
and clastic, not a brlt-
Will of the
This morning the Minister of For
eign Affairs, Hon. S. B. Dole, re
ceived a visit from Major J. H.
Wodehouse, British Minister Resi
dent, and Capt. Eustace Rooke,
Commanding H. B. M. S. Champion.
The assault and battery cases re
ported yesterday were concluded in
the District Court this moruiug.
Leviki was found guilty of assault
ing the Chinaman and was fined $10,
and a similar fine was imposed on
the latter for assaulting Leviki.
Read the new advertisement of
the Golden Rule Bazaar; make up
your mind what you intend buying
in the way of Christmas -presents,
then bend your steps to the G. R. B.
with the necessary ready stuff
and you can bo supplied right away.
Business must be pretty brisk just
now at tho Volcano, judging by the
number of P. G. officials visiting
that quarter, aud the shareholders
iu the Volcano Hou-e Co. will doubt
less soon be tho happy recipients of
a handsome dividend. Deputy Collector-General
McStocker has just
finished his official inspection of the
Volcano Custom House.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Dande
lion, Mandrake, Dock, PipsiBsowa,
Juniper berries and other well
known remedies, by a peculiar com
bination, proportion and process,
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla cura
tive powors not possessed by other
medicines. It effects remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
Mr. T. A. Simpson, the go-a-head
manager of the Sans Souci seaside
resort, has determined to make that
institution more accessible to the
public. Commencing on Monday,
27th inst., he will run a coach to and
from Waikiki, starting from the cor
ner of Fort and King streets at
hours to be announced later ou. Mr.
Simpson's enterprise deserves every
Another Haul In.
Senior captain Andrews and cap
tain Hookauo with a posse of police
made a raid on a cho fa joint on Li
liha street this morning and cap
turod the banker and Bevoral of his
assistants, besides a number of
tickets used in the game and a pile
of money. Captain Andrews thinks
he has a good case, and is confident
that he will close the game in that
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain iu the
stomach, bilious colic or diarrlui'a
give this medicine a trial and you
will bo more than pleased with the
result. It is pleasant, safe and re
liable. 2F and f0 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers, . Benson, Smith
& Co,, Agents for the Hawaiian
One of tho cauuons at tho Kaka
ako shore battery burst yesterday
while the salute in return to 11. 15.
M. S. Champion's .was being firod.'
A piece of the cauuon fell iu the
premises of J. S. Kukahiko, about
live hundred yards from the battery,
and is being treasured by that gen
tleman, as a reminder of P. G. export
gunnery. Lieutenant Coyne was in
command of the saluting party.
Henry Holstoin, a lad attending
the Kamehameha Preparatory
school, died on Tuesday night at
that institution. The parents who
reside on Hawaii were expected ou
the steamer Kiuau, but did not ar
rive. Tho funeral took place yester
day afternoon, the Kamehameha
schoolboys heading tho funeral
column. The services which wero
conducted by Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh, wore held iu St. Andrew's
Cathedral. The interment was in
Yostordav afternoon Hopai
aud three others wore acquitted of
gambling. Aclu for Ueieuuauts.
A nolle prosequi was entered this !
moruing in the case of Yuen Shoe,
Niu Fong, Leo Joy and Ah Yak,
who appealed from conviction in the
District Court for gambling.
11. C. Clark was tried for gambling
by the following jury: C. T. Day, E.
Bouuer, Fred. Philp, Chas. Carter,
E. A. Mcluoruy, Karl Podoyu, H.
Schultzo, Geo. Dillingham, E. A.
Jones, J. M. Angus, T. F. Lansing
aud J. M. Tracy. It took them 18
minutes to fiud a verdict of not
guilty, two dissenting. A. M. Brown
for prosecution; V. V. Ashford for
Kai Ko, who appealed from convic
tion iu Koolaupoko for opium in
possession "in a horn and tin," plead
ed guilty aud was sentenced to one
month's imprisonment. Magoon for
Ah Sow, on his plea of guilty for
opium, was lined $50 and costs jvJ.50.
Davidsou for defendant.
Ah Chew withdrew his appeal for
keeping tenement house without
license, aud sentence was suspended
until Jan. 1, 1894. Carter & Uarter
A nolle prosequi was entered for
Ah Kwai, opium. V. V. Ashford for
The case of Jainos Sherwood,
liquor selling, was continued for the
term on tho filing of the following
certificate from Dr. Juo. S. McGrow,
dated Nov. 23: "This is to certify that
I am in attendance upon Mr. James
Sherwood, at Long Branch Bath
house aud that ho is, aud probably
will be for somo time, confined to
his room, the result of a severe fall
across a piece of timber, injuring his
back and ribs, so that it is impossi
ble to move him iu his bed without
great pain aud sufferiug."
A jury was drawn this afternoon
for the trial of J. P. Bo won, larconv,
to-morrow morning at 9:30 o'clock.
After several challenges, the follow
ing wero accepted by both sides:
Fred Philp, J. H. Bruns, Chas. Car
ter, H. W. Mist, E. O. White, Jas.
Tracy, J. M. Webb, Geo. Dilling
ham, Frank Winter, J. S. Martin, E.
A. Melnorny, W. S. Brash. Tho pro
secution will bo couducted by V. A.
liiunoy, aud tho defense by C. W.
Tho remainder of tho jury panel
are excused until called.
The Court adjourned for the day
at 3 o'clock.
Thoo. C. Porter and E. D. Teuney
have tiled a petition to Circuit
Judge Whiting for probate of the
last will and testament of tho late
Maurice Goldberg. Tho property
consists of Pearl Cit- lots and one
sixth interest in Crown Laud lease
No. 33, series B, valued at $1500, and
goods in store valued at $15,000.
The will dovihos the whole estate to
Mrs. Ida Landsborg, sister of tho
testator, residing at Cleveland, Ohio,
only reserving $500 to meet pay
ments on his interest in a coffee
itr. Arthur Stmon
Of Galatea, Olilo.
"They said I was IncnraMe, the doctor!
did, but the result has proven that Hood's Bar-lapa-llla
was nble to cure. I had Selatlo
llhomnatlsm and was conDned to my bed six
mouUis. Tliroo physicians did not help ma and
I Was Clvon Up to Die
When I wni In this terrlblo condition, ufcle
to more hnnd or feet, 1 begun to take Hood's
Barsapsrlll.i. Tho first bottle had a little ef
fect, and w hilo taking the second, I gained so
rapidly that I could sit up In my chair. My sys
tem had been so run down by other medicine,
I linf I, tm.tr ma milt a wI.IIa In TApuniirilta llw
x et i the time I had taken four bottles of Hood's Bar-
Forms a durable
Hutuins Its gloss longer than unv other
Resbts the action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigment ground In
oil in pate form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps thorn unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
now coal tar colors.
working of the varnish.
Doos not darken white
.Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and It will
greatly improve tho linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
New Wool Dress Goods,
New Silks, Trimmings,
Laces and Embroideries.
AND LATEST DESIGNS IN
ead or any dell-
Wash. IMZaterisils !
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
November 18th, 20th & 21st.
it.. n.,ii.ni ,... i ... ....) t... I....
sanarllla.lcoaldwnlkiiround.andnow.nsl ,."' " " '.'" ",3,:" '"" ubi mr uo
hiivo taken six hott es. I utu cured andean . nnsciu
do a good day's work. 1 do not feel I can praise '
enough." Airriiun Simon, Ualatea, Ohio.
HOOD'S PlLLB "" b" ftr-dlnnr I
TUU. aulil dlgeiUon, ear h uUobe. T17 a box. j
Therefore, is the best naint oil ever man
Direction for Use.
HOUUON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Uawaiinn Islands.
-PRESKNTS THIS '
An unusual attractive variety of NEW
GOODS to meat the tusto and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a line stuck of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
jpB Ladles are cordially invited to call and Inspect our New Stock "'a
Ui-e Lucoi. in evury renpeet in the
same inunucr as you would linseed
oil, with the single oxcunlion that you
1 may add fully one-quarter more Lu
coi. to tho 8iune quantity of pigment
llitin you would of linneod.
In usini; metallic, Venetian red, the
1 ochres, and otlior dry pigments, it if
to mix ui) the imint at least
before it is to be usod, then
ird more Ltiooi, and the paint
will bo found lo cover well and have
1 a good gloss.
NKVEU USK JAl'ANri.
I Whole hard surfaces such us floors,
steps, utc, aro required use litharge
I only, never use Japans.
1.1UJOL MIXES WITH VAH
', s N1SHES
and assists their working and im
proves their appearance mir ihky
' SIIOI'I.ll I1K IJSK1) SAME DAY THEY ARK
MIXKD, otherwise the gum of the var-
nish may he precipitated or the mix-
I The addition of from to of Lu-
001, to viiruibhcs does not reduce their
lustre nor retard their hardening and
, drying mid it prevents their cracking.
N. S. SACHS
QQO irort Street, Honolulu.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTKN81VK ABSOKTMKNT OK
be seen to be upprwlated.
Also a line of
Japaneso Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to b bewildering supply of the
eutoimiry good goods for uil good i
luople is n stoek of
Inciia-n Baskets ,
That nro as useful as they are novel and '
nttraetive, and of all kind- and sir-.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries!
BBT-Sa.itv Claiih' He4Iihi;aiitkiii Inn
always been noted for its supply of Dollx
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and tin-,
season leads them all.
Half Kid 1
Nankin Dolls, iiag Dolls. Itubber Dolls
China DolN, Doll with Kino Kreneli Uii
jne Heads, Dolls with socullcd Unbreak
able Heads, (Jliinu Heads.
nrI T O with Iteul Huiiuu Hair,
LJKjljliD Dolls with Natural U.ok- , SILK
tug Hair, some with Tow Hair. Woolly 1
Huir, aud some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolls, "W akoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
in Full Dress, Half Diess
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Etc, Etc, Etc.
plant anon on tho urowii Juud lease
hold above-mentioned. Theodore
Cunningham Porter and Edward
Davios Tonney aro willed to bo tho
testator's trustees and executors.
The will is dated the eighth of Juno,
I8i)3, and witnessed by V. S. Luce
and Kiulolph L. Auorbach.
Several policeman have raked iu
their half shares of. opium fines col
lected iu the Circuit Court.
Special attention is called to our New
Christmas Goods i
DRESS G-OODS !
Ladle ' and Gents' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shawls, Siedies, Table Cover,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAOKD COODS KKl'T ON HAND
OED WAY & POUTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BULL. TELEPHONE 525. -1 tm MUTUAL TELEPHONE f45.
and Undress and raiminir
from about three inches to nearly three
feet in size, and from ten ecntb to neveral
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Kto.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, I'ujamai. Bulls,
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls j Fancy Porcelain
French Dolls, English Dolls,
(ionium DolN, American Dolls,
Kiuuimaux Dulls, Indian DolN,
MulHtto Dolls, Darke) Dolls.
TVM T Heads, Doll liodies.
Wigs. Doll's Arms, Doll1
illL'H. Do '
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stoc
Doll's Hats, Doll's
JOINED THE SISTERHOOD.
Half-Ohinoso Girl Ronouncoa
World and tho Evils Thereof.
The fourteen-year old daughter
of Wong Leong, a Chinese merchant
and owner of several rice planta
tions, residing 011 Kokauliko street,
was admitted into tho Roman Catho
lic sisterhood at IU o'clock Monday
nioruiutr. The father who is mar
ried to a half-caste named Ilaliaka
had boon much concerned about the
girl's actions lately, and ou one oc
casion gave hor a good drubbing.
The lassie used to attend chinch
regularly, aud after xottirniiiL' homo
would pick up a Bible and road
passages for hours at a time. She
always sought an isolated corner
whoru she would go through the
services of tho church, and aflor
concluding would sob anil. cry. The
father on hearing that the girl wish
ed to join tho sisterhood gave his
Business dtmd ? Not much !
Leastwise it in not o with tho
Culiforniii Feed Company. Wo
luivo made n Imsinosn for our
selves, which li(i. steadily grown
tliioinrlt ull tho hard times other
people are complaining about.
Wo have jtir-t .-ecu rod from Mr.
.1. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Quoon and Nuuunu streets,
and tnkon posesioii of those
largo and convenient premises.
We hud to do so, because our
old place ut Lelon in too small
for our fast-iuereitsing business.
In u few dnyn the bark "Mnunu
Ala" will bo liu re again with hor
fourth full cargo of Hay ami
Grain, bought by our Mr. .1. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vcnsol. We preler 10 oioci our
merchandise our-olves rather
than have olheiv do it, which
moans I bat we got bettor goods
at a loss price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the piihl three years, and hope
by hi riot attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit (lie patronage of as many
UALIKUHN1A FliBIJ (JO.
Cradlci. Doll's Hedsteads. Doll's Tro.is-
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
W'ush Sets and sets of lots of necessary
thing to complete the happineis nf a
doll's mamma's life.
Kiaial liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc. j
OUTDOOIi GAMES, INDOOR (iAMKS
. B O OK S ...
That are a jo to behold.
Kvi.rvhiidv ntul nil QifMS nruvMcd
lor at Santv" Ci.Ai:n' II i:ihjwahi kr-.,
THOS. G. THRUM.
MKS. A. M. MKI.I.I6 HA8 RESUMED
DresBiiuiklug aud will be pleased to
ec her patrons at her former ostaMih.
(limit , !IK Koit stiei't, Honolulu.
, Etc., Etc.
Cups and Saucers, l'lats,
Flowir Va-os, Kto., Ktu
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Albums, Kiiih, Paper lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Eto., Etc.
Importer of Japanese Goods
'JKJ Kort St., near Custom House.
Just Received per " Australia "
A L.VUCrli ASSORTMENT OP
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES' fc CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLANELETTES, TABLE LINEN,
SILK it CRAPE SCARFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
f.ll- TELEPHONES -Urm.
1'. (). Box :wj.
I V YOf ARE (JOINU
X wall, do not forget
TO HI I.O, HA
to call in ut the
411 KING STREET.
Of Dlllcrenl Varieties and Latest Patterns.
HHIR'IV, SILK HANDKKROHIKKS,
PORCELAIN TEA SETS,
7 5 ".FORT STREET 7o
AT THE KAMOl'8 STORE OK
IB. F. EIHXjIEJIRS &d 00.
BOS & 511 FORT TREQHJT.
Canton Wash Fabrics !
A handsome C-otton Fabric; New Styles this season, the elTeets are fno silken of Chiut.
Silks j to see them means to appreciate them, Y
Silk finish just out, real French designs are the finest and the onuo of the stmsou.
Oashmere Subllmea SO Oents Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials tills season entirely new and
for the price has no eijual.
"White La-wns and Dimity I
In Plain. StrijH'd and Cheeked In great variety.
OT Dressmaking Under the Msmuemont of MRS. RCNNER. &)
ALL PERSONS IIAV1N0 CLAIMS
ilgulllft Knui'Mi llAlir will please
pioncnt the sumo lo the undersigned ut his
olllce. Merchant Street.
Honolulu, Nov. i, IbW. bVIMf
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest- in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Klre rinks ou all kinds of Insurance l'ro.crly taktui at Current Risks by
J. S. W.A,T.igBR,
&4iit (or thr 1(kwIIu Wltudi.